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Gone Dead Train: The Best of Crazy Horse 1971–1989

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Gone Dead Train: The Best of Crazy Horse 1971–1989

Gone Dead Train: The Best Of Crazy Horse 1971-1989
Compilation album by Crazy Horse
Released Nov 15, 2005
Genre Hard Rock, Rock
Label Raven
Crazy Horse chronology
Left for Dead
(1989)
Gone Dead Train: The Best Of Crazy Horse 1971-1989
(2005)
Scratchy: The Complete Reprise Recordings
(2005)

Gone Dead Train: The Best Of Crazy Horse 1971-1989 is a 2005 compilation album released by the group Crazy Horse.

Track list

  1. "Gone Dead Train" (Nitzsche/Titelman) - 4:09
  2. "Dance, Dance, Dance" (Young) - 2:13
  3. "Beggars Day" (Lofgren) - 4:31
  4. "I Don't Want to Talk About It" (Whitten) - 5:20
  5. "Downtown" (Whitten/Young) - 3:16
  6. "Rock and Roll Band" (Jordan) - 3:11
  7. "Don't Keep Me Burning" (Curtis) - 4:14
  8. "Lady Soul" (Curtis) - 3:35
  9. "Don't Look Back" (Curtis) - 3:28
  10. "She's Hot" (Antoine, Sampedro) - 3:11
  11. "Downhill" (Sampedro) - 4:13
  12. "End of the Line" (Molina) - 3:01
  13. "Going Down Again" (Molina) - 3:25
  14. "Thunder and Lightning" (Sampedro/Talbot) - 3:59
  15. "Left for Dead" (Mone) - 4:20
  16. "Child of War" (Mone) - 3:35
  17. "World of Love" (Mone) - 4:29
  18. "Pill's Blues" (Whitsell) - 4:02
  19. "Let Me Go" (Whitten) - 3:47


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